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The amazing rescue of a horse with only its head sticking out of the mud

Firefighters’ actions are not limited to fighting fires or rescuing pets stuck in trees. They can even save horses.

Indeed, their talent and knowledge are useful not only when people are in danger, but also when it comes to animals.

It is no coincidence that they are the first to arrive at the rescue.

The case of a horse buried in a mud puddle is a good example.

When residents saw the animal in distress, they did not hesitate to contact the rescuers. According to some information, the military fire department went to the place to see the emergency.

This is what happened on April 15, when the firefighters proceeded to rescue the animal. They immediately realized that it was impossible for the horse to get out of the mud on its own.

Source : Capture Instagram

As the shared photos of the horse show, only its front legs were emerging a little from the mud.

The rest of his body was therefore stuck in the mud, so it became urgent to intervene to help him. Fortunately, the horse managed to escape without further damage, thanks to the hard work of the rescuers.

To get him out, they had to apply anchoring techniques, using the help of another horse to pull him. According to the firefighters, the horse was not injured and was returned to its owner after such a difficult rescue.

Source : Capture Instagram

Share this rescue story with your friends and family. So they can see the great work these officers do with animals.

Some curiosities about horses

If you didn’t know, the horse is one of the animals, along with the dog, that has always been closest to man. A first curiosity concerns the horse’s ears and their double function. Indeed, in addition to listening, they can express their mood.

Furthermore, horses drink between 25 and 55 liters of water per day. That’s a lot more than we do, isn’t it? This amount varies, of course, depending on the size and weight of the horse, its activity and its location.

Adopt, save a life and gain a friend. If you would like to read more articles similar to this one, we recommend you check out the Animals category.

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Cornell Volkman
Written by: Cornell Volkman
Hey there, I'm Cornell! For the past decade, I've been perfecting my craft as a writer with a love for nature and gardening. I take pride in creating engaging articles that bring the beauty of animals and gardens to life. From reporting on the latest conservation efforts to sharing tips for cultivating a thriving garden, my writing aims to inspire and educate. I'm excited to share my passion with you and invite you to join me on a journey of discovery!